I followed the case of Alison Thresher’s disappearance for 18 years. She used to sit right near me at work when I was working in the sports department and she was in her final days at WPNI before her move back to The Post. Continue reading “18 Years Later…”
A couple of incidents happened recently involving two reporters at The Washington Post, showing blatant bias on their part and undermining their credibility. Continue reading “When I Can’t Defend My Own Employer”
I read somewhere once that when you think of your future self, you’re likely envisioning yourself in an overwhelmingly (probably even unrealistic) positive scenario. Continue reading “Thoughts of Future, vs. Reality”
I attended my condo association’s board meeting the other day, and a few things stood out to me in context to what’s going on in the news.
A police officer was there, and explained the current situation with the Beltsville police department. There used to be seven cops assigned to our area. Now there are three, and they’re working 12 hour shifts. These aren’t cutbacks – there are far fewer cops now to fill the spots of the ones who are retiring. Plus, the retirees can make very good pay in freelance security, so why stay on full time? Continue reading “Real Concerns and the Headlines They Ultimately Create”
I read this passage today:
“Determined wrongdoers, already ignoring existing statutes and safety measures, are unlikely to be convinced to adopt safe practices by a new overlay of regulations.”
My first reaction was that this is a passage about gun control, and an argument against further restrictions, made by a conservative Supreme Court justice.